Windows 10: How to track a service via eventlog name in cmd ?

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  1.    24 Nov 2015 #1

    How to track a service via eventlog name in cmd ?


    Hey guys as the title says can you plz tell how to track services via eventlog name in cmd



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    so the main problem is i cant seem to find these services on services.msc so plz i want to know how to track these services via cmd plz i just want to know how i don't want you guys to tell me what type of service is this i want too know how i can track this own my own? plz tell me how not what type of service is it ..
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    EL Capitan
       24 Nov 2015 #2

    That is because they are sub-services. Really cannot know what Service you are talking about. A service can end undetectable, and not affect the use of the computer. You can use Process Explorer to expand a certain service to see what is using Services.msc as the main process.
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  3.    24 Nov 2015 #3

    bro67 said: View Post
    That is because they are sub-services. Really cannot know what Service you are talking about. A service can end undetectable, and not affect the use of the computer. You can use Process Explorer to expand a certain service to see what is using Services.msc as the main process.
    Process explorer only shows the active services but it doesn't show's the terminated or not active services i doubt process explorer can help me in this
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  4.    24 Nov 2015 #4

    Can you recreate it? If so use procmon.
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  5.    24 Nov 2015 #5

    lx07 said: View Post
    Can you recreate it? If so use procmon.
    well actually it always happen when you restart the whole computer .
    if that what you mean recreate it. then yeah i can recreate it.
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  6.    24 Nov 2015 #6

    Droyk said: View Post
    well actually it always happen when you restart the whole computer .
    if that what you mean recreate it. then yeah i can recreate it.
    If you download procmon you can enable boot logging and it will tell you.

    You could look here though Anyone know how to fix Event ID 7031? - Windows 10 Forums

    I get the same messages every reboot (not that that is any consolation )
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  7.    24 Nov 2015 #7

    lx07 said: View Post
    If you download procmon you can enable boot logging and it will tell you.

    You could look here though Anyone know how to fix Event ID 7031? - Windows 10 Forums

    I get the same messages every reboot (not that that is any consolation )
    i will try it after i get to home
    and will tell U if it solved my problem
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    EL Capitan
       24 Nov 2015 #8

    Droyk said: View Post
    Process explorer only shows the active services but it doesn't show's the terminated or not active services i doubt process explorer can help me in this
    Actually Process Monitor can handle that with no problem. Process Monitor
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  9.    24 Nov 2015 #9

    bro67 said: View Post
    Actually Process Monitor can handle that with no problem. Process Monitor
    As i said above process monitor can only see the active services and the non active ones it cant see the already happened one
    and these services what i am talking are only happen when you boot your PC So i think your solution was not that good
    and if the process monitor company added something new that let you observe the offline sub-services.
    Then i have to see that to be sure
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  10.    24 Nov 2015 #10

    Droyk said: View Post
    As i said above process monitor can only see the active services and the non active ones it cant see the already happened one
    and these services what i am talking are only happen when you boot your PC So i think your solution was not that good
    and if the process monitor company added something new that let you observe the offline sub-services. hen i have to see that to be sure
    Process Monitor isn't the same as Process explorer (but both come from Microsoft sysinternals).

    Process explorer is a bit like task manager (you can only look at running things), Process monitor you can set to collect information at boot time (or any other period for example if something starts and stops too fast to see it in Process Explorer).
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